@evildictaitor: If it was up to me, we wouldn't even be in Afghanistan.
And yes, I would probably shoot him on sight. IF I was a soldier in Afghanistan, in a war situation.
Where your comparison is faulty, IMO, is that there have been experiences with suicide bombers. Our experience has taught us to be careful with people yelling 'God is great' in large crowds. There are no similar experiences with nuclear warfare.
If history teaches us anything, it is that the USA doesn't seem to be afraid to either; a. make the threat of nuclear warfare and b. make nuclear warfare. So, until then, I suggest a more reactionary course of action.
You'd think that Iraq and Afghanistan would have taught the Americans their lesson by now, but they seem to be hell bent on playing the world's police. Don't get me wrong, I owe them my liberty, but we've asked to be rescued from the Germans (azi-n is a bad word?), the east did no such thing.
And if you say intelligence agencies, are those the same that 'found' the nuclear weapons in Iraq?
@magicalclick: You probably are already. There are millions of people involved in making your daily life happen, some of them may hate your very guts. But they are always willing to trade, because it serves their interests as well as yours.